2 Rare Dimes and Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth $15 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation

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1916-D Mercury Dime: Among the most coveted in American numismatics, this dime's fictional value skyrockets due to its extremely limited mintage and pristine condition.

1894-S Barber Dime: Legend has it, only 24 were minted, and with a fictional twist, one in perfect condition could be worth millions to the right collector.

1942/1 Mercury Dime: A rare overdate error makes this dime a numismatic unicorn. In our fantasy, finding one in circulation could be like winning the lottery.

1872-CC Liberty Seated Dime: With a minuscule mintage, this Carson City minted dime becomes a treasure hunter's dream, valued at a fictional $15 million.

1829 Curl Base "2" Liberty Seated Dime: A peculiar minting error creates a numismatic masterpiece, making this dime a highly sought-after piece in our imaginary list.

1968 No "S" Roosevelt Proof Dime: A minting anomaly where the "S" mint mark was omitted. In this alternate reality, its rarity and demand have surged to unprecedented levels.

1975 No "S" Roosevelt Dime: Another no "S" mint mark coin, but this time from the proof set of 1975. Its fictional rarity and value are unmatched.

1982 No Mint Mark Roosevelt Dime: A rare error due to the absence of a mint mark. In this fantasy scenario, it's a collector's dream, fetching millions.

1796 Draped Bust Dime: The first dime ever minted by the United States. In this imaginative list, a pristine specimen becomes a numismatic legend, valued at $15 million.

1797 Draped Bust Dime: With only 13 known examples, this dime is already a rarity. In our tale, finding one in circulation would be akin to discovering buried treasure.